proceed definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To go forward or onward, specially after an interruption; carry on: proceeded to his location; paused to clear her throat, after that proceeded.
    • to begin with to continue an action or a procedure: looked surprised, after that proceeded to roar with laughter.
    • to maneuver on in an orderly fashion: Business proceeded as usual.
    • ahead from a source; originate or concern: behavior continuing from concealed motives. See Synonyms at stem1.
    • Law To institute and perform appropriate action: proceeded from the defaulting debtor.
    • to go, pass, or go forward or forward; to advance; to carry on or renew movement begun.
    • to pass through from one point, topic, or stage, to some other.
    • To issue or come forth as from a source or beginning; to come from.
    • to take in an orderly or regulated fashion; to start and carry-on a few functions or steps; to behave by strategy; to prosecute a design.
    • becoming transacted; to happen; to happen.
    • To have application or effect; to work.
    • to begin with and keep on a legal procedure.
  • noun-plural:
    • the money produced from a commercial or fundraising venture; the yield.
  • verb:
    • to go, pass, or proceed or onward; to advance; to continue or restore motion begun.
    • to pass through from one point, subject, or phase, to a different.
    • To issue or come forth as from a source or beginning; in the future from.
    • to be on in an orderly or regulated manner; to begin with and keep on a series of acts or actions; to do something by technique; to prosecute a design.
    • becoming transacted; to occur; to take place.
    • having application or result; to work.
    • To begin and carry-on a legal process.
    • follow a certain course
    • continue a specific condition, condition, or activity
    • carry on talking
    • follow an operation or take a training course
    • go forward; vacation onward in time or room
  • noun:
    • See profits.
    • extent proceeding or accruing from some ownership or deal; particularly, the sum based on the purchase of products: today made use of just when you look at the plural: because, the consignee was directed to offer the goods for-warded and invest the proceeds in coffee.
  • others:
    • To move, pass, or go forward or forward; carry on or renew motion or development; advance; carry on, actually or figuratively: as, to proceed using one's journey; the vessel touched at Queenstown, after which proceeded on her voyage
    • To issue or come, as from an origin, resource, or water feature; get forth: with off.
    • to continue some group of actions; set a person's self at your workplace and go on in a certain means as well as some certain purpose; work in accordance with some method.
    • To be transacted or continued; be achieved; pass; go on.
    • to start and keep on a legal activity; just take any step in the program of process: since, to proceed against an offender.
    • in the future into impact or activity.
    • To take an academic degree: now used only in the universities of Great Britain and Ireland. “To proceed master” is an abbreviated form of “to proceed to the degree of master.”
    • Synonyms To arise, emanate, circulation, accrue, outcome, be derived.

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